Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

International and Comparative Law

372: International Law and Practice

Credit Hours

3

Description

This course introduces the structure of the international legal system, examining the sources of international law; the roles of states, individuals and other actors; methods of dispute resolution; and the status of international law in the U.S. The course examines topics of substantive law, including the use of force. Finally, the course examines how international law affects, and can be used in, domestic practice. (Haney)